I don;t own an aspire 1 but I hear there's a bios update that addresses
issues with the battery and charging of same
On Sat, 2009-04-25 at 12:20 +0100, Gareth 'bigbro' Eason wrote:
> John Ward wrote:
> > I was using ubuntu up until last week, but then the battery stopped working.
> > I put the original OS back on it with full intention of bringing the
> > 'faulty' system back and avoid those tricky questions of whether I voided
> > the warranty by changing OS.
> > When I put Linpus back on the battery was fine so beware!
>> Can you let the list know what you mean by the battery was not working,
> please? Did it not power up at all unless connected to the mains? Did it
> give some error message? Did it indicate that it was not charging or
> give some warning about reduced battery life - or something else entirely.
>> As a user of Ubuntu on laptop(s) every day, I'm quite interested to
> hear about issues with battery life on various hardware platforms.
>> Best regards,
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